When men travel, rarely are there products and items that really go the extra mile to be effective and travel worthy. I recently searched for products to make my next trip the most pleasurable and easy experience. Not only did I find some really unique items, I also got to see how some companies are going the extra mile to make a man’s travel experience better and easier to enjoy…. Read More
A Perfect Statue of a Hawaiian Legend There are few things that say Hawaii like a walk in Waikiki to pay homage to the statue of the surfing legend of Oahu, Duke Kahanamoku. His statue is located on Waikiki Beach on Kalakaua Avenue where many honor him by placing leis on his statue. To many he’s the most famous name in surfing — an Olympic champion, a Hollywood actor… Read More
The Atlantis Submarine Submarine ride check in located at the Hilton Pier in front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Ali’i Tower. The Atlantis XIV is the world’s largest hi-tech passenger submarine and holds 64 passengers. The adventure begins by boarding a boat that will ferry the group out to the submarine. The sub takes a slow decent to 100 feet underwater—many types of Hawaiian fish, coral, turtles, sunken shipwrecks, an… Read More
Kamaka Ukulele tours are available Tuesday through Friday at 10am. The tours are said to run about 30 – 45 minutes, but during our visit it lasted at least an hour. Our tour was given by Sam Jr., the son of the founder. Kamaka and Sons was established in 1916. The hand made Ukulele’s are some of the finest in the world and made from Koa, a wood found in… Read More
The Kahala Resort is a great place to take photos because at every corner and every time you turn around there is an amazing photo op. It was exciting to be on such a private beach and be one of just a few families. It was so peaceful and serene I cannot recommend it enough. If Hawaii was not beautiful enough the Kahala experience makes it even better and more… Read More
The Hawaii Fish Auction is a one of a kind experience. It’s a great peek into the commercial fishing world and where you can get up close to the auction action. The day starts at 1:00 am. That’s when unloading begins, 6 days a week. But don’t worry you don’t need to be there until much later! The fishing vessels are unloaded in order of arrival. Fish are weighed, tagged… Read More
As a resident of Portland, Oregon I have no excuse that I have never visited Seattle. I have always wanted to go but have never taken the time to plan the trip. Having only lived in the Pacific Northwest for four years I guess it’s reasonable, but I am embarrassed to admit it.